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eBook Labor in the American economy: Labor problems and union-management relations ePub

by Richard Scheuch

  • ISBN: 0060457740
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Richard Scheuch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper & Row (1981)
  • Pages: 621
  • ePub book: 1233 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1781 kb
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Scheuch, Richard, 1921-.

Scheuch, Richard, 1921-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.

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Labor Problems and Union-Management Relations.

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We argue that cooperative labor-management relations encourage workers to make positive contributions to technical .

Richard Scheuch, Labor in the American Economy: Labor Problems and Union Management Relations (New York . Franco Peracchi and FinisWelch, "Trends in the Labor Force Transitions of Older Men and Women," Journal of Labor Economics, Vol. 12, No. 2 (April 1994), pp 210-42.

Richard Scheuch, Labor in the American Economy: Labor Problems and Union Management Relations (New York: Harper & Row, 1981). Labor Markets and Gender. Henry J. Aaron and Cameran M. Lougy, The Comparable Worth Controversy (Washington, . The Brookings Institution, 1986).

The labor problem" is the economics term widely used toward the turn of the 20th century with various applications

The labor problem" is the economics term widely used toward the turn of the 20th century with various applications. It has been defined in many ways, such as "the problem of improving the conditions of employment of the wage-earning classes. The labor problem encompasses the difficulties faced by wage-earners and employers who began to cut wages for various reasons including increased technology, desire for lower costs or to stay in business

The book also makes the point that labour decisions involve not only workers and the .

The book also makes the point that labour decisions involve not only workers and the management of the firm, but also the government. He recognised that workplaces would always be fraught with human problems, and that workers would always form groups to defend their interests. I think one of the problems in the United States right now is that our labour leaders have not shown the same fight and creativity that the people did in those days. unions and labour leaders have been hunkered down and on the defence for twenty years. The guys in the Great Depression did not hunker down.

Rather than write a comprehensive history of labor in the US, Kolin (Hilbert College) . This work is a valuable contribution to students of American labor and working class history.

Rather than write a comprehensive history of labor in the US, Kolin (Hilbert College) investigates labor repression by looking at events at specific points in time. Then he turns to labor’s response to the rise of the factory system. Immanuel Ness, University of Johannesburg).